My husband and I were visiting London and took a weekend trip to Liverpool to see Frank Turner & Blink182 play at the Echo Arena. Hotel location was perfect...right next to the venue, water and tourist attractions. Also, walking distance to the city center. We really liked the location of the hotel, the friendly staff and the proximity to the Albert Dock. Also, walking distance to the Beatles Experience and much more. We are music lovers so we also enjoyed the British Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum. Regarding Liverpool...I was a little nervous because I heard it was a bit rough and tumble but we absolutely loved the town and the people. Friendliest people we met on our trip and very helpful to tourists. So glad that we visited Liverpool...would recommend it to anyone for a weekend trip out of London.
Traveller from Philadelphia, PA
Located in Liverpool City Center, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Liverpool Wheel, Beatles Story, and Albert Dock …More
Hotel was clean tidy and served a great breakfast .
Iam generally not a person who leaves reviews
But Max cares very much about his hotel without being pushy and over the top and cares about what he does I feel he deserves top marks .
Traveller from Bedfordshire
Situated in Southport, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of Southport Marine Lake, Southport Theatre, and …More
Friendly, helpful staff, a central location (easy walk to dining, shopping, museums), and very pleasant room. Be careful of the slippery bathtub, though! Ask for a bath mat if you have mobility issues. I wish I had known about their Kensington location. I'd have stayed with them in London, too.
Traveller from PA, USA
The Nadler Liverpool is in the vibrant design quarter, a 5-minute walk from Liverpool Central Station, and 8 minutes from the …More
A seaside town on the coast of the Irish Sea, this English town is 27 km north of Liverpool. Home to a variety of Victorian architecture, Southport's main tourist attractions include the Southport Pier, the second longest seaside pleasure pier in the British Isles, and Lord Street, a tree-lined shopping street once home of Napoleon III of France.